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Portable Blower Fan, 120V
- Item # 12H331
- Mfr. Model # 614277
- UNSPSC # 47121607
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 34.41 lbs.
- ItemPortable Blower Fan
- Number of Speeds3
- CFM High1950
- CFM Medium2250
- CFM Low2500
- Motor HP1/2
- Overall Height22-1/2"
- Overall Width17-3/4"
- Overall Length20-1/2"
- Housing Colorblack
- Housing MaterialRotationally Molded Polyethylene
- Power Cord Length20 ft.
- StandardsETL Listed to UL and CSA
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The range of CFM for this unit is from 2,000 - 3,400.
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Is there an option to purchase these with an attached cart/ wheels?
These units can be stacked. The manufacturer recommends tie downs if the blowers are stacked more than two units high. There is not a cart option.
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